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return to the job. getting a hero's welcome in baltimore, as the league gets ready to return all officials to the field on sunday. >>> murder mystery. fans in shock as tv actor johnny lewis goes on a killing rampage before ending his own life. did synthetic drugs make him do it? >>> and is this the worst marriage proposal ever? the pilot who told his girlfriend they were going to crash. and then, pops the question. >>> good friday morning. i'm sunny hostin. >> i'm john muller. rob and paula are off this morning. we begin with an all-too familiar american tragedy. a deadly shooting has shattered the quiet of a small sign company. >> it happened in minneapolis, where police say the toll stands at five dead and four wounded. abc's tahman bradley has the details that have been breaking overnight. >> reporter: a tense scene in minneapolis. as s.w.a.t. teams responded to a gunman who opened fire at accent signage systems, filling tour people, including the company's founder, and then himself. >> i can't confirm that the suspect, the shooter is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
? >>> welcome back to "first look." in sports, the players at last night's baltimore cleveland games were not the only ones being cheered on. here's nbc's fred roggin. >>> good morning. never in the history of sports have referees felt so welcomed. the referees made their return, given a standing ovation and cheered on every poll. the game got off to a bruising star. josh cribbs returned the punt. look out. leveled by two players, lost his helmet and was out like a light. remained out for several minutes. he got out under his own power and walked off the field. baltimore gave cleveland headaches all night. joe flacco to torrey smith, an 18-yard strike. the past decade the ravens had one of the best defenses in the league and here is why. kerry williams picked off weedon, 65 yards the other way, baltimore went on to win it. >>> the players have been locked out for 13 days in the nhl and yesterday the league canceled the preseason. the two sides meet today in new york. >>> baseball, rangers play-off bound, beat oakland to clinch the al west. a home run and three rbis. they won it 9-7. then
is moving out. quiet conditions everywhere from baltimore down to annapolis and diehl. that's all headed toward eastern maryland right now. temperatures also mild. 67 in college park. rockville at 63. fort belvoir you're coming in at 64 degrees. luray 61. that is one of our cool spots off to the west. here's a look at the forecast hour by hour. 8:00 a.m., i think the fog will be lifting. we'll have some breaks, more in the cloud cover with a mixture of clouds and sun today. 77 degrees by around noontime. 81 degrees our high temperature for today with a few showers returning and even thunderstorms by 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, maybe even 7:00 or so. right now first 4 traffic. >> thanks, veronica. >>> still check on the situation on the outer loop of the beltway. here's what's happening. taking the outer loop toward connecticut avenue, the crash is reportedly now in the shoulder lane. i need to show you some delays because they're really growing right now. making your way towards georgia avenue, you are heavy on the brakes, sluggish. also at colesville road, starting to come to a complete stop as w
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their lockout to officiate the browns/ravens game in baltimore. cheers filled the stadium during the pregame coin toss when one ref said it's good to be back. the ravens won the game. unlike the monday night packers/seahawks debacle, it was controversy-free. thank goodness. >> thank goodness, gracious, get down and kiss the gridiron. yes. enough was enough. that was ridiculous. >> since when do refs get a standing ovation. they're usually sort of, thankless job. >> insults. expletives hurled at them. >> i know. >> you're exactly right. >> standing ovation? wow! >> refs must have been like what kind of parallel universe are we in. they're cheering us right now. they get a nice raise. $18,000 raise to start. eventually i think right now at $140,000, some odd dollars, they're going to go up to the $200,000 level. >> that's significant for a part-time job. >> by the end of the eighth year. >> it is significant. a lot of people. i heard some people talking about it, eavesdropping on them. one guy was saying, this is way too much money. and it is a ton of money. when you think how much
night. the crew got a standing ovation from the crowd in baltimore before the ravens/browns game. football and therefore life as we know it nearly unraveled during prechaotic weeks with those replacement referees. roger goodell apologized to fans for the lockout but insisted the league and the referees were close to a deal even without that debacle last monday night. >> i believe we would have reached an agreement this week regardless of monday night or sunday night or the past weekend. everybody was to the point of getting this concluded. >> so how did the real guys do? cnn's nischelle turner is live in los angeles. what did unthink? any bad calls? >> reporter: well, it depends on who you're rooting for basically, john, you know, yes, the refs -- the real refs got a standing ovation last night and everyone was breathing a sigh of relief that they were back on the field but you know what, it did not take long for the boo birds to come out. it was about four minutes into the game in the first quarter when the refs made a holding call on the ravens, and you heard the boo birds so i
night as heroes. getting a standing ovation from the crowd in baltimore. the question is, how long do we have to wait before we can start blaming the referees again for our losing teams? i'm only asking because the jets do play on sunday. it is "way too early" for this. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm brian sullivan in for willy on this friday. this is "way too early" the show i'm finding considers a 3:00 a.m. wakeup call to be its own form of unnecessary roughness. but i am glad that you're up and with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius/xm radio. you can always shoot me an e-mail or tweet necessity. let me know why you're awake right now. or you can do what nfl referees do and text awake followed by your response to 622369. >> i always forget that part. you're great. we'll read the best responses later on. >>> the next 30 minutes is your friday cram session on this friday, september 28. there is a lot going on today including new polls out by the nbc and "wall street journal" that show a tight race between the president and mitt romney. and we're looking thro
on the baltimore ravens who took the field just hours after his brother died in a motorcycle crash. a little nfl as the news rolls on on this monday night. [ ownerd to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidance and provide you with options tailored to your business. we've loaned more money to small businesses than any other bank for ten years running. so come talk to us to see how we can help. wells fargo. together we'll go far. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just to stay ale... but feel alive. the new c class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. humans -- we are beautifully imperfect creatures living in an imperfect world. that's why liberty mutual insurance has your back with great ideas like our optional better car replacement. if
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melt in baltimore. chip reed is at m. and t. bank stadium in baltimore. chip, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nora. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were ecstatic. that's not just because the home team, the baltimore ravens won, it's also because the real referees are finally back. >> and as i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular & officials are back. >> the return of the referees came with an unprecedented standing ovation. as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> really good to see you guys. >> thanks for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff came less than 24 hours after the officials union reached a tentative deal with the nfl marking an end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> great to have the regular refs back. replacement refs were horrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. the referee's come back couldn't have come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks they've witnessed a long list of con
the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens in baltimore. live report on the deal what the refs will get. whether or not monday night's game made everybody blink including the league. >>> meantime this is our lead story this morning a showdown at the united nations as we await two of the most highly anticipated speeches of the entire week at the u.n. general assembly. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. palestinian president mahmoud abbas both scheduled to speak a few hours from now. we await the headline which one already this morning. i'm bill hemmer. martha: i'm martha maccallum. mahmoud abbas is expected to recognize the state of palestine will netanyahu will push action on iran. it was a 24 hours ago president mahmoud ahmadinejad stood in the same spot. he lashed out against israel and the united states. >> translator: the current abysmal situation of the world and history due mainly to the wrong management of the world and the self-proclaimed centers of power who have entrusted themselves to the devil. bill: david lee miller now is live at the u.n. and what can we expect to hear from
explains. >> wolf, this is the sadie may room of the baltimore art. she was a well-known donor, a patron of the arts in baltimore. she lent a painting to this museum many decades ago. in 1951 that painting was stolen from this museum, the circumstances around that are not clear. but it made its way somehow from 1951 to a flea market in west virginia a couple of years ago where it was sold for $7 where it was actually bought at a flea market with just some other kind of trin kwets in a box. it is worth up to or possibly over $100,000. and we're here with the director of the baltimore museum of art. can you tell us how you think it made its way from being stolen here in 1951 to being sold in west virginia at a flea market. >> it's a bigamist ri. of course we may never know the course of the painting. we didn't have computers, we didn't have digital images. things were recorded by hand on index cards, things were mimeographed or carbon paper. very different from how we record information today. so we'll be very lucky, i think, to find out the whole story. >> well, good luck in trying to fin
in baltimore as they made their long awaited return to the field for the ravens game against the browns. and for once the men in stripes were the most popular guys in the stadium, at least for a bit. let's get to the actual game. no score in the first quarter. josh cribbs back to receive a punt for the browns. wow! look at this, folks. he gets popped at the 40 yard line. his helmet comes flying off. anyway, it's a loot ball. that is the least of anybody's worries. cribbs who got sandwiches between defenders lied motionless on the field for a bit. both teams gathered around him in prayer. but thankfully cribbs got up, walked off under his own power, even managed a bit of a smile. picking it up in the third quarter, browns driving into ravens territory down by six. but rookie brandon weedon throws a floater into the flap, picked off by kerry williams. takes it 65 yards the other way and give the ravens a two score lead. browns draw within six and have a chance to win it. weedon throws a hail mary to the end zone. kind of like that seattle play. but this one falls incomplete. now does look
of saying good-bye to a baltimore man. they say he died at the hands of police. a viewing will take place for anthony anderson at the march funeral home. it's happening on north avenue. anderson was walking home in east ploor last week. they say he ran into several police officers. initial police reports say he died because he was trying to hide drugs by ingesting them. police now say that's not true, that's not what happened. anderson's family wants the truth and they are planning to have a march that will start at the funeral home and then they will be marching to the scene of his death. >>> time now for a check on your weather. we'll send it over to meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning, everyone. yes, we are looking at maryland's most powerful radar as of now. we are trying to dry things out. we have a shower in queen anne's county right now, millington looking at a light shower, churchill and even centreville, but this is slowly creeping out of here. we will have some dry time as we go through the remainder of the morning and also this afternoon. annapolis drying out nicely
. remained out for several minutes. he got out under his own power and walked o the field. baltimore gave cleveland headaches allig joacoresmh, an 18-yard strike. the past decade the ravens had one of the best defenses in the league and here is why. kerry williams picked off weed, 65 yards the other way, baltimorwent on to win i >> the players he beenocke t 1ay tnhl and yesterday the league canceled the preseason. the two sides meet today in new york. >>> baseball, rangers play-off bound, beat oakland to clinch the al west. a home run and three rbis. then he w sn 7. id o a late september collapse. evan longoria and the rays won it 3-2. the sox dropped 8 of 9. chicago'loss is detroit's ugistead acaea hiory, struck out nine straight. tigers held on to win it 5-4. >>> and finally, the mets r.a. dickie picked up the 20th win of the year. everybody is talking about travis snyder. a shot deep to ride. snyder tracked it down. scaled the fence like spidman and made thegr coolal acollected. snyder hauled it in. that is not only the catch of the day, that is the catch of the year. that's your "fir
unprecedented happened on thursday night in baltimore, deb. fans actually gave a standing ovation to nfl officials. that's how bad this has gotten. monday night, of course, the botched call, changed the outcome of the seahawks-packers game in favor of seattle. that kind of led to a public outcry. this cannot stand. 17 hours of negotiations between the nfl and the officials on tuesday. finally late wednesday night, they had an agreement in principle. now finally the agreement has been formalized. the referees are back on the field and sunday's games will be fully staffed by the proper officials. >> you know, what's interesting is that one of sticking points is that nfl owners wanted the referees to become full-time nfl employees. a lot of these refs hold other jobs. and that was one of the reasons that the owners were so unwilling to compromise. why? i mean, these are very dedicated, professional referees. why should that technically be an issue? >> this is one of the things that gave the referees a really strong position in the bargaining. take the most famous referee, ed hochuli. he wor
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million. real refs return in baltimore. number three, cops arrested a man that made the video that mocked prophet muhammad. cops confirm two people dead and four hurt after an office shooting in minneapolis and number one, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the united nations drawing a red line for iran. warning that the country could build a nuclear weapon by next year. that is fox reported top five. >> on this day in 1777, lancaster, pennsylvania served as the capital of the united states of america. british had captured the original capital, philadelphia so delegates moved 60 miles west. they didn't stay there long but congress got some work even electing benjamin franklin. they would move the capital to york princeton and new york city before congress finally declared washington, d.c. the permanent center of united states government and nothing has happened there since -- wait. lancaster, pennsylvania took a short turn, 235 years ago today. that is the fox report for this thursday september 27th. i'm shep, o'reilly is next and hannity and greta and o'reilly will come back ag
night as the browns and ravens met in baltimore. chip reid at mnt bank stadium in baltimore. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were emphatic. not because the home team, the baltimore ravens won. it was also because the real referees are finally back. >> i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular officials are back. >> reporter: the return of the referees came with an unprecedented standing ovation, as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew, as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> very good to see you guys. >> thank you for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff, less than 24 hours after the official union reached a tentative deal with the nfl, marking the end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> the refs were terrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. >> reporter: referee comeback couldn't come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks, they have witnessed a long list of controversial calls by replacement offi
with today's headlines -- here's the baltimore sun this morning with this headline -- we want to get your take this morning on the role of the un in global affairs. patrick is first in carnegie, pennsylvania, a democrat. good morning. caller: good morning. i think the role of the un has become bastardized because of the state of israel. all you have to do is go to the mideast section of the u.s. state department and you see and israeli presence in the state department with photographs of benjamin netanyahu and their flag. host: here is the wall street journal front-page this morning -- this is from the wall street journal front-page this morning. inside the paper it says -- and here's the picture inside the new york post of the president and michelle obama meeting with the latest from the view. jim in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, the republican line. caller: i think every free country should get out of the united nations. itthe muslims are not going to t along with anyone, so why try to pacify them? england, the united states, get out of the united nations. i'm tired of hearing hate speeches
but the regular officiating crews return to work tonight for a game between the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens. more now with mike pesca of npr, who's been covering the story and joins me from new york. well, mike, this was obviously not your usual labor struggle. how much did the public outcry really force the issue in the end? >> well, we just heard goodell saying it didn't, but it had to have provided leverage. here's why i think it worked or why that touchdown/interception was a major factor. it provided a cost to the whole discussion. because throughout it, the "we blame roger goodell" or "football fans blame roger goodell" but it was the owners pushing roger goodell not to settle with the officials and they could always claim "why do we have to settle with officials? they don't affect the bottom line? no one watches the game to watch a referee, they say, and maybe it's true when there's a lockout or labor strike with a factory you can always do the math and figure out how much it's costing you. so in this case the owners maybe didn't have a cost. but what that touchdown did, what
and the baltimore ravens. though probably the browns would need an act of god. at any rate, meantime the nfl is punishing two more coaches for how they dealt with a replacement ref. the league belichick 50,000 fine for grabbing a ref. shallahan abuse of officials. >> three u.s. banks had troubles getting into their accounts online today in apparent string of cyber attacks. wells fargo. u.s. bank corps and pnc. these attacks after similar issues last week at bank of america and chase. none of those banks has explained the source of the problems. they won't be specific. security experts say they bear the hall marks of attacks by hackers. ech edson is with us from d.c. what do we know, rich. >> bank corps says their site has experienced unusual and high coordinated traffic volumes designed to slow down the system similar to what other banks have experienced in the last week. hackers reportedly said this week they would target that bank wells fargo and pnc and all three confirmed problems with their web sites, mostly trouble logging on or slow service. the banks say their customer's information
issues. ed is an independent in baltimore. caller: good morning and thank you for c-span. the first action of the violence was an organized protest stemming most likely from 9/11. we found a video made over a year ago to put the blame on it. it is a reactionary congress here in the u.s. that all of a sudden wants to do something about it or reactionary administration. these were planned protests, not grass roots outbreaks of violence. we have blamed it on a year-old video. eventually we will lose some rights because of its. host: the occupy wall street movement is one year old today. this is the question put forth by "usa today" -- arkansas, john, a republican. caller: good morning. this particular question raises another interesting question. who is this u.s. government that will control free speech? is it the same u.s. government that allows illegals to access our education, medication, housing, employment sectors? is it the same u.s. government that limits the futures of 1 million aborted babies each year although 50% of the people are against it? the same government that forces
wednesday, october 3rd. it is close. get ready. >>> a very emotional victory for the baltimore ravens over the new england patriots in sunday night football, especially for ravens receiver torrey smith. he caught two touchdown passes one night after his younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident. the ravens went on to win, 31-30. it happened on a disputed last second 27-yard field goal by justin tucker. was it good or not? the ref said yes. it was a brutal week three for the replacement referees. they admit to making mistakes over san francisco. they incorrectly granted 49ers coach jim harbaugh two challenges in the fourth quarter. and in the detroit, tennessee, washington, cincinnati game, the refs stepped off too much yardage in penalty calls. not a good day. >>> meanwhile, "mad men" was dethroned. homeland took home best drama emmy last night. "modern family" is still the king of comedy. it won't best comedy series for the third year in a row. and speaking of streaks, there is nothing like this one. jon stewart's "the daily show" was named the best variety program for a tenth s
beat a receiver up all the way down the field. i watched philadelphia and baltimore. and it looked like an episode of oz out in the yard of a prison. >> reporter: former nfl referee jerry austin now a rules analyst for espn's "monday night football" says the labor dispute has to be solved to get the focus back to where it should be. >> what is everybody talking about? >> here's the nfl's leverage. the tv ratings are stratospheric. today the nfl said its telecasts ranked one and two in viewership among all tv programs last week. that nfl games topped the ratings in all 30 local markets. that's the first time that's ever happened. the cbs game between the houston texans and the denver broncos, joe, i'm going to throw this out. guess what the number was? >> i'm scared. >> 24 million viewers. >> that's ridiculous. >> it's riridiculous. people are watching. it may be the train wreck effect. watch for the referees debacles. but they're watching. >> for sure. the interesting thing too is we're starting to see perhaps the ping lumbar swinging back now. the coaches taking heat for the replacemen
refs replace the replacements as of tonight's game between the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens in baltimore. live report on the deal what the refs will get. monday night's game made everybody blink including the league. >>> mea
as replacements. real professionals will be back in time for the tonight's browns and ravens game in baltimore. after the refs reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout. what has been a series of bad miscues and blown calls. rick leventhal watching this closely no doubt and joins from us the newsroom this morning. rick, maybe it is good that happened on monday night. certainly not good for the packers in the long term but prompted some change. >> reporter: it did, martha. the nfl's reputation was getting smacked around. the league's office tells me there is no bigger fan than commissioner roger goodell who was determined to get a deal done after the game ending debacle monday night. you probably seen the images of a bad call turning an interception into a touchdown stealing a win from the packers. they spent 15 hours in negotiations tuesday and 15 more hours yesterday. helping two sides strike eight-year deal. longest ever for the ref with pension and retirement benefits and well-paying salaries for part-time work. last year's average was 149,000. it goes to 173,000 next year. rising to
in baltimore. but romney continues his push on national securityish shies at an event at a military college in pennsylvania tomorrow. that is a state where he is trailing the president according to recent polls. but it's one the campaign thinks it could put into play, wolf. >> why do they think that? the polls have been very lopsided in pennsylvania not just recently but for weeks and weeks. >> they've looked at that state for some time. they think it's something they could put in play. obviously they know it would be an uphill battle because in recent elections that state has been pretty solidly blue. but, wolf, i have to tell you even though these recent battleground polls have shown romney falling behind in places like ohio and florida, if you look at the attitude of the campaign, they are showing no worry, no concern. they are confident they will make up ground during the debates and this will still be a tight election come election day. >> still plenty of time to go. three debates. a lot can clearly happen. i haven't seen the romney folks put a lot of money in advertising in pennsylvan
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upwards of $100,000 that it was also a stolen renoir. stolen from a baltimore museum in 1951. it looks like she won't get -- >> they don't think she took it, right? >> they don't think she took it. i would say finders, keepers. i don't know. is that a legal argument? finders, keepers? perhaps. >>> finally, there are, well, many secrets apparently to a long, happy marriage. and we're learning that one of them might, in fact, be, keeping your husband away from the housework. >> wait. >> it's science, amy. >> come on. a new study finds that when couples share the household chores, they have a 50% higher divorce rate than couples where the wife does the bulk of the housework. >> this study, brought to you by the men of "good morning america." >> researchers say it helps to have clearly defined and separate roles. it also helps to have a secure path to the exit. >> do you have a link to that study? >> you have more sex in the bedroom, if you use the windex more. i've seen that study. >> success -- >> in the bedroom, with windex. i'm so confused. >> abc's amy robach, with a candid report. >>
is over. the officials returns to the field for the game between the baltimore ravens and the cleveland browns and were greeted by a standing ovation from plans -- fans. cheryl: halfway through the game they went back to yelling but that is another story. thank you very much. the federal reserve making its first data dumped on discount window rending under dodd-frank. rich edson joining us with details. what does it show? rich: a financial crisis no longer in freefall or no longer a full-blown crisis. fox went to court and last year won the right to detail emergency discount loans showing tens of billions of dollars in overnight lending to european banks. the dodd-frank losses the federal reserve has to provide that information and for the first time under the law it has covering the discount window in the third quarter of 2010 a fed official says the activity was mostly normal and the largest loan $70 million to a bank in maine. there were a few smaller banks with eight figure loans. fed official says when these banks requested these loans they knew the information would later become p
warns of baltimore, maryland. you can see top of baltimore from the top of the cathedral, 100 years old. secret to longevity, a little bourbon and chasing women. isn't that something. overland park, kansas, over that way near the mississippi river. anyway, sarah zeldin is 100 years old today, and she's had so many wonderful things, very active in charity and her church work. good old gordon. i love that name. gordon bohler of lenox, georgia, 104 years old today. loves to spend time singing and praying. that's a combination you can't go wrong. mary davis of lewisburg, tennessee is 105, and her husband was a fireman for so many years and finally, recently some of the guys took her for a ride on the fire truck on her 100th birthday. ever been with the dog, the dalmatians and ole those spots? joe just got back from the rodeo show. joe lamping of medford, oregon, is 100 years old today, and he loves to build things. as a matter of fact, he built the house he still lives in to this day. that's an art, a skill. i can't even write my name. mary jo, how beautiful she is, mary jo hammond, hunting
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